Foodies are increasingly heading to Wales to sample some of the local culinary delights, one sector commentator has claimed.
Indeed, attracted by the plethora of restaurant supplies and ingredients on offer, Mike Morgan, spokesperson for Welsh Rarebits, said the country hosts a number of food festivals that help to draw people in.
He described the Cardigan Bay seafood festival as "fantastic", adding that Abergavenny is also worth a visit.
Mr Morgan said that many people are also flocking to Monmouthshire to dig into all of the dishes they can find piled high on the tablecloths of local eateries.
"So, they might stay in one hotel and then maybe eat in three or four restaurants, making it a three-night stay rather than just one night," he recommended.
The Welsh Assembly Government recently announced that Rhossilli Bay on the Gower Peninsula has been voted the best UK beach and picnic spot by the British Guild of Travel Writers as part of Red Tractor Week.